Phoenix Gas Grill Review | Buyer’s Guide | BBQGuys.com

In this BBQGuys.com video, we take a close look at the MHP Phoenix Gas Grill!
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Phoenix Gas Grill Description:
Built with quality in mind, the American made Phoenix SD complete outdoor cooking system is easy enough for a beginner to use and has enough features for the serious griller. This grill is designed to let you do it all: grill, roast, steam and smoke. Each side of the stainless steel, oval-shaped dual burner is controlled individually and together provides up to 25,000 BTUs of precise heat. The solid brass dual valve allows you to adjust your grill as low as 250 degrees for slow cooking, or turn it up to 500 degrees for high heat grilling. The adjustable vents on the top of the grill allow you to maintain and control the air flow while cooking. For steaming, close the drain valve, fill the cast aluminum drip pan that sits above the burner with liquid of your choice and set the burner to high to steam vegetables or seafood. The heat rises around the drip pan, making it virtually free of flare-ups. With the electric ignition with stainless steel gas collector box, you can easily light the grill using one AAA battery. The stainless steel diamond pattern cooking mesh grid provides 400 square inches of cooking space and prevents food from falling through. The stainless steel grill head has a Sta-Kool swivel, stainless steel handle to open the lid safely and easily and the hood has stainless steel heat indicator to monitor temperatures. The black, powder coated cast aluminum cart includes two stainless steel side shelves with tool hooks and four locking casters. Clean up is easy with the cast aluminum drip pan and collection bucket.

videography/edit: Paris Frederick

Comments

Dave Brauner says:

Great review Chef Tony. I’ve found older or more dated editions of the MPH Phoenix unit to, more or less, function as a large oven. I had never before seen the side mounted infrared option so that unit, a you stated in the review, would likely provide a better overall grill combination if the home chef sought to reverse sear thick cuts of beef or pork and finish their cooking on the Phoenix’s larger oven-like covered side.

Carol Davis says:

Hey Chef Tony, how well do think a beef brisket wood turn out on a grill of this type? Could it be done?

Alberta West Plumbing says:

Sold! Buying one right now.

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